We are currently hiring for the following 4 positions


Agricultural Machinery Technician

Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul farm machinery and vehicles, such as tractors, grain trucks, harvesters, seeding and spraying systems and combines.

Duties

  • perform pre-delivery work, service and repair modern farm tractors and machinery regardless of size
  • analyze failed parts and components and correct malfunctions using sophisticated diagnostic equipment and techniques
  • replace engine, electrical, hydraulic, mechanical and air machine systems
  • disassemble, align, fit and machine parts
  • assemble, install, repair and maintain, with hand or power tools, equipment involving transmission servicing, hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, heating and refrigeration units
  • rebuild, adjust and service a variety of components such as engines, transmissions, differentials, fuel delivery systems and steering systems
  • communicate work details effectively to others and make recommendations relating to the proper service operation and maintenance of the equipment
  • be aware of fabrication, repair or rebuild possibilities by specialty shops and recommend "outside service" when required
  • use shop orders, tickets and trade-related references correctly
  • service mechanical equipment, basic fuel and fuel injection systems, heating and air conditioning, emission control, lubricating and power assist, electrical and suspension systems, as well as drive lines, differential and gasoline engines


Heavy Duty Truck and Transport Technician

Duties

  • Truck and Transport Journeyperson.
  • Provide the highest level of customer service.
  • Be willing to assist in training apprentices.
  • Work with minimum supervision.
  • Diagnose, repair, or replace units to OEM specifications.
  • Work well with others.

Shipper/Receiver 

Duties

  • Must be comfortable with computers.
  • Must have a valid Class 5 driver’s license.
  • We will train on forklift.
  • Basic hand tool knowledge.
  • Maintain shipping and receiving logs.
  • Receive parts and able to enter into computer.
  • Load and unload trucks.
  • Review quality of incoming parts.
  • Will train on how to track and trace inventory.
  • Communicate information to others and comfortable asking questions.
  • Maintain and organize inventory.
  • Keep work area tidy.

Parts Person

Duties

  • Strong work ethic and a positive attitude.
  • A commitment to success in a team environment.
  • Knowledge of agricultural and heavy truck equipment.
  • Ability to communicate with customers in a professional manner to determine their needs.
  • Computer skills, using online parts catalogues and in house systems.
  • Organizational skills.
  • Available for on call (seasonally) and weekend work.
  • A valid Saskatchewan driver’s license.
  • Serve customers (internal & external), sell parts at the counter and handle phone calls
  • Ensure accurate preparation of quotes for customer service, sales, service representatives and retail customers using our internal system.
  • Record sales and/or counter transactions
  • Place parts orders via telephone/fax or computer as required
  • Assist with preparing and maintaining merchandise displays
  • Control inventory to ensure maximum sales and customer satisfaction
  • Some back counter work as needed
  • Look up parts for equipment from multiple manufacturers and a variety of types of equipment. 
  • Parts inventory control and count

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